FIRST NATIONS HEALTH AND SOCIAL SECRETARIAT OF MANITOBA (FNHSSM)
FIRST NATIONS LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT (FNLED) SURVEY
The First Nations Labour and Employment Development (FNLED) survey is:
a new regional survey carried out in Manitoba by FNHSSM.
focusing on labour, employment and economic security.
part of a National survey that is being done in other regions and in partnership with the First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC).
The process is being guided by an Advisory Committee:
The end result:
a National Report which will help inform on the needs of employment, training and skills development for First Nations living on reserve and in Northern communities.
a Regional report which will include questions that have been requested by the Advisory Committee specifically to the Manitoba region.
The following 34 First Nations communities have been randomly generated and will be approached in the near future to participate in the FNLED survey